Dr. Ryan L. Dabbs with Tennessee Orthopaedic Clinics is now offering Persona IQ®, the world’s first and only smart...
Is A Knee Replacement Painful?
Knee replacement surgery is proven to provide pain relief, improve mobility and quality of life, but it has a reputation of being painful. Learn more here.
How Can Orthopedic Physicians Help With Osteoarthritis Treatment?
There are few health conditions more painful and debilitating than osteoarthritis. Osteoarthritis is the most common...
What Is Knee Arthroscopy Procedure?
Knee arthroscopy involves inserting an arthroscope, or telescope, into your knee joint to see inside and treat conditions of the knee.
7 Tips to Prepare for ACL Surgery
If you’ve had the unfortunate experience of tearing your ACL and need surgery to fix it, there are some helpful things to know in preparing for it.
What Are The Different Types of Knee Surgery?
Knee pain keeping you from enjoying the activities you love? Lucky for you, there are many different types of knee surgery that can help.
Anterior Cruciate Ligament (ACL) Reconstruction Surgery
Dr. John Reynolds with Tennessee Orthopaedic Clinics is a fellowship trained sports medicine surgeon with Tennessee...
Hip Fracture Leads to Tumor Discovery
“He Saved My Life” Deborah Bunner had no plans for a hip replacement. Believing she suffered from arthritis, she...
ACL Tear and Reconstruction
A patient with an ACL tear generally will have an injury where they'll have either some type of twisting injury or...
Mako® – Robotic-Arm Assisted Knee Replacement
We get a lot of questions about what is a robot? What does it do? How does it make you more accurate and more precise...
Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
Daniel G. Branham, M.D, a highly experienced hand surgeon at Tennessee Orthopaedic Clinics, explains what carpal tunnel syndrome is.
MACI stands for Matrix Autologous Chondrocyte Implantation, and it’s a big fancy term for just means taking cells out of your knee joint and we can basically expand those into millions of cells to put them back in the knee to take care of a defect of the cartilage.